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Transatlantic economy

Transatlantic economic relations
This group focuses on long-term trends in the world economy and policy adjustments made by the US and the EU. The aim is to assess whether in the field of international economics the transatlantic relationship is a) drifting apart b) a functional partnership or c) an enduring partnership.

Mar 202013

Transworld Working Paper No. 10 by Andrea Renda The globalization of the economy of the past two decades has created more challenges than opportunities for the EU. Already at the beginning of this century, the EU started feeling a heavy pressure from emerging economies, which led to a reshuffling of global GDP shares, the polarization [...]

Mar 202013

Transworld Working Paper No. 9 by Davide Tentori and Myriam Zandonini The size and complexity of the world economy has expanded significantly since the 1990s. The United States and European Union economic dominance is today relative rather than absolute. The economic crisis has contributed to accelerate the rebalancing of the distribution of global economic power, [...]

Feb 252013

The Transworld consortium’s Work Package 2 met for a half-day workshop at Chatham House – The Royal Institute of International Affairs, London, on 7 January 2013. The workshop was intended to give participants the opportunity to present their papers and discuss them with the other members of the Work Package and with a small group [...]

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